Dr Ti-Han Chang
School of Psychology and Humanities
Ti-han teaches across a range of subjects for both UG and PG levels, which include topics such as environmental development and socio-political movements in the Asia Pacific region. With her expertise in Taiwan studies, she also delivers module specifically dedicated to the postcolonial history, literature and society in Taiwan. Ti-han is particularly interested in postcolonial ecocriticism, which draws her attention to research topics such as nonhuman agency, borders and nations, climate change and migration. Her current research project focusses on the impacts of climate change on the migration of Pacific Islanders. Ti-han welcomes proposals for doctoral research on environmental humanities and postcolonial studies of Taiwan and the wider Asia Pacific region.